After a series of unfortunate events, the local Cars & Coffee has come back to life! I dragged the SL out to give it a brief cleaning and to run it a bit, now that the weather is starting to warm up.
Hey everyone, you will probably see this a few times(or more) in the next month or so and if it doesn’t apply to you I’m sorry, you just wish you could get yourself a cool FJ. I’m working on a Toyota Land Cruiser and cool Toyota in general meet up in Nashville. We are trying to get a feel for how big this event will…
Smithers! Do I have an espresso prepared for this day’s conveyance? Ehhhhxcellent...
Alright, round two!
There’s nothing I hate more than waking up early on a Saturday. Yet, somehow I found myself – slightly hungover – driving toward Great Falls, Virginia just as the sun was rising.
Spotted at the local Cars & Coffee today. Probably kept 90% of my attention glued to this thing, owned by a super cool collector with the most wild collection I could ever rattle off.
I don’t have pictures of every car there, but there were some pretty awesome rides.
Fun time. The weather was iffy so I don’t think It was quite as full as usual.
French working man’s version of “Cars & Coffee”. A few photos of my hometown’s monthly car meet-up. No supercars or fancy customs here but some cool cars nonetheless.
Today I went to my first ever Cars & Coffee! It was a lot of fun, I got to see a lot of cool cars and I met some really awesome people. Here are, as promised, my (bad) pictures. All done with my iPotato.
This guy! Tomorrow morning I’ll most likely be attending my first ever Cars & Coffee. It’s called High Octane Sout Jersey in Mt. Laurel, NJ. Looks like it’ll be a good event.
This about sums up the day.
Anyone going? Possibly first and only event I can get the Montego out to this year. Would be great to meet up with some OPPO’s!
A fantastic variety of vehicles and the first time I’ve picked up my camera since October.
Another well attended meet today, and a little bit of everything for everyone.
August... the hottest month of the year in Texas but yet we lucked out. As I type this a 104°F Saturday is approaching. On the way back from work today I saw 110°F on the dash of my Grand Marquis. Sure, concrete and exhaust heat might have something to do with that but I was happy the air-con in my panther is the best…
Pretty good turnout, not too hot, but some awesome toys showed up.
Despite feeling like the inside of a broiler, my local C&C had a pretty decent turnout yesterday, considering it shared the same day as Bethlehem.